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Seasonal changes of the quantitative importance of protozoans in a large lake : an ecosystem approach using mass-balanced carbon flow diagrams

Seasonal changes of the quantitative importance of protozoans in a large lake : an ecosystem approach using mass-balanced carbon flow diagrams

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GAEDKE, Ursula, Dietmar STRAILE, 1994. Seasonal changes of the quantitative importance of protozoans in a large lake : an ecosystem approach using mass-balanced carbon flow diagrams. In: Marine Microbial Food Webs. 8(1/2), pp. 163-188

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